FUSD fixes 'Atlas' glitches
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Students in Fresno Unified will be heading back to class next week and the district says a computer program used to track their academic performance is now fixed.
Since the software known as 'Atlas' first launched last year - parents and teachers have reported a number of problems. Many complained they couldn't log on or access information like grades, attendance and course work.
In December the district appointed a committee to come up with solutions and FUSD now says the glitches have been fixed and will be operating at all middle and high schools.
And for the first time this year 'Atlas' will also be used by teachers at the elementary level.
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